Transfer Times

ASU Transfer Times May 2022

Spring Training Recap

Academic Alliances was excited to host multiple webinars of our Spring Training sessions for our community college partners throughout Arizona and nationally. This was a great opportunity to provide updates related to transfer and ASU, as well as step-by-step guidance on using our transfer pathway tool, MAPP MyPath2ASU. This year we’re excited to announce that we had over 30 community colleges from across the nation participate with a total of 160 attendees!

And if you missed Spring Training, no problem! You can watch a recording of the webinar that will be available for the next three months. Just register to view the recording and enter the following passcode:5Z$4QS0t

We also invite you to check out the latest MAPP MyPath2ASU brochure, which is a great resource for you and your students on our MAPP MyPath2ASU tools, transfer resources, and more. And if you ever need additional assistance related to MAPP MyPath2ASU, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Kathy Silberman at

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Explore ASU during Transfer Day!

ASU is excited to host Transfer Day on May 20, 2022 and May 23, 2022. Designed for prospective transfer students, this half-day event will provide information on ASU degree programs, transfer resources, financial aid and scholarships, and more. Participants will even have the opportunity to meet with academic colleges and take a campus tour. Transfer Day programming will be available on all four ASU campuses in the Phoenix metropolitan area from 8:45 to noon. We encourage your students to attend this awesome event to get a first-hand experience about transferring to ASU!

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Academic Alliance: New Employee Spotlight

Academic Alliances is excited to introduce our two new employees, Regional Program Manager Patrick Emmons and Project Manager Abi Graves!

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International student's transfer journey from Cochise College to ASU

Paulette  ASU transfer student Paulette Iniguez Erunez is the first in her family to not only study outside of her home country of Mexico, but also the first to continue her studies in pursuit of her bachelor’s degree. As an international student, Paulette decided the best way to transition into postsecondary education was to begin at a community college because of the proximity to her family, the financial savings it afforded her parents, and the scholarship opportunities offered, so Paulette began her educational journey at Cochise College.

Inspired by her dreams of working in both the medical as well as the engineering field, Paulette sought to merge these two passions as a means to give back to the community, serving people of lower incomes in rural areas. “My grandparents live in a rural area and there are many people experiencing poor living conditions. Most of them cannot afford attending a hospital or traveling to a big city for medical attention. My grandfather has been my greatest inspiration to continue pursuing my bachelor’s degree.” During her senior year of high school, Paulette further learned about the field of medicine and bioengineering, which is when she decided to pursue a career in biomedical engineering in the United States. 

When asked why she chose ASU, Paulette states “I chose ASU because it offered me some great scholarships and the opportunity of keeping the ones I had earned during community college. The engineering program for my specific major was of great interest to me and I loved the decision of transferring to this awesome campus.” Paulette will be completing her BSE in the Fulton Schools of Engineering biomedical engineering program in May 2022. Read more about Paulette’s path to ASU.

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